For more than thirty years, Rabbi A. James Rudin has been
deeply involved in efforts to foster understanding between
peoples of different faiths. Rabbi Rudin retired as a
member of the American Jewish Committee professional staff,
but continues his involvement with the AJC as its Senior
Interreligious Advisor and as a member of the
organizationís Board of Governors.
He is past Chairman of the International Jewish Committee
for Interreligious Consultations. He participated in
meetings with Pope John Paul II at the Vatican, in World
Council of Churches conferences in Geneva, and is founder
of the National Interreligious Task Force on Black-Jewish
relations. A prolific writer, he writes weekly commentary
for the Religion News Service and his articles have
appeared in "Christianity Today," "The Christian Century,"
and "Eternity" magazines. He appears frequently on radio
and television as an expert on Interreligious affairs.
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Books:The Baptizing of America, January 2006